Supreme Court review of part of EPA climate rule could spur more GOP action

The Supreme Court has agreed to review part of the Environmental Protection Agency's greenhouse-gas rule -- a decision that could bring more GOP attention to President Barack Obama's climate agenda. The court's review could "help Congress reassert its proper role in the process," said Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. House Republicans are likely to challenge the EPA rules even before a Supreme Court decision, and a draft proposal to limit the EPA's emissions requirement for new power plants is almost finished.

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